"Nothing Compares 2 U" is right. Nothing compares to natural beauty, especially when those big blue eyes are staring back at you. Sinead O'Connor rose to fame as an singer/songwriter in the '80s with her iconic cover of Prince's beautiful ballad. O'Connor has always been known for her outspoken nature and fearless sense of style, in fact she has spent much of her time in the public eye with a closely shorn head and a bevy of tattoos.
In this 1980s photo Ms. O'Connor is pictured in her signature less-is-more style. Her chunky black knit turtleneck looks incredibly cozy (she is probably compensating for all the heat she's losing from her head) and we can only imagine how amazing those John Lennon-inspired frames look on her face. We wonder if model Arizona Muse took inspiration from O'Connor's bold brows?
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Art by Raydene Salinas